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. pc aels fell nearly 9% to just over 90 million units as windows 8 did little to boost the sector. >> it appears layoffs are coming to hp. >> nominee unit. some employees will lose jobs as hp makes changes to bismts hp reportedly ramping up research and development spending and is also trying to tie a new product to hp printing and personal systems businesses. taking a look at broader market, stocks ended the day mixed and little changed. dell's rally on talks offset a slump in apple. your bloomberg silicon valley index closed low yes, apple, google and ebay were some of the drags there. a source tells bloomberg west twitter is in no rush to go public but is staying on top of the market. the source tells us that twitter has plenty of cash and that an ipo would depend on market conditions and other factors, so far no, bankers have been hired. the news as twitter board gets ready to meet in a couple weeks. at bloomberg studios in san francisco, i'm emily chang. larry, carolyn, back to you. >> thank you. >> general motors proving everything is old is new again, rolling out it's new c
. >> technology has not been good for the united states postal service. >> no. cory johnson with that story and more in today's after the bell report. hi, cory. >> good afternoon. the government's investigation of google has come to an end. google and and z.fcc reaching an agreement. google dodged a bullet here. the fcc found it did not violate rules in ranking it's own sites in search results. listen to what the chairman had to say about this case. >> what we tried to do is follow the law and the facts. and have has a vote to take a relief on a search on patents z then, we took relief in areas so we do our job. that is what we're supposed to be doing. >> google did agree to change some of thegÑgh business practs and will now allow advertisers flexibility to manage with rival web sites agreeing to not file injunctions over standard issue patents in purchases. it and wasn't happy holidays for barns and noble. it's nook tablet revenue fell 12.6% during holiday season. the $311 million. sales were up 13%, but slow saems of the tablet dragged the unit down. numbers weak after an agreement for
of claire font yain's art work. she created a map of the united states using 50,000 matches. it was light and create a slow burn, something went wrong. the piece caught fire, flames spread to the ceiling and four firefighters got there and put it out. >> biggest name in consumer tech reported earnings today. >> phones and tablets are hot but profits were kind of flat. >> david louie has the story from silicon valley. >> happening now in, apple head quarters in super -- couper teeno a split decision as apple reported quarterly sales and profits. analysts said some numbers missed the mark. apple's $54 billion in revenue were a whisker blow what analysts predicting, counting more than apple selling a record number of iphones and ipads. analysts worry apple is losing it's edge. >> apple made a and it's hard to top that. >> do you care? >> no. they made it decision free process for me that. is why i'm loyal, i guess in that sense he says the important thing is that customers love their products that. is what they continue to work on. stock price is important bell weather of the kme. almost one
court says face poos r.book has overtaken google maps as the most popular app in the united states. facebook first overtook google maps in september when apple booted google off its new operating sis tismt and taking a look at markets, stocks closed mixed today as the worst slump overshadowing improving economic data. apple a big drag with long with intel and applied materials. and will smart shoes be the next big product at apple? apple applied for a patent involving shoe senseors. it's not the first time, it was granted for embedded sensors in close, interesting stuff. in san francisco, i'm emily chang, back to you. >> i don't need a shoe to tell me when it's worn out. i can look at the shu. i don't need it to talk to me. >> if there is a hole in it, larry? >> yes. it's done, done. >> well we've got the rain. it's not done yet. so some areas are drive. emeryville, sun breaking through clouds from this perspective. we have wet areas as well. let's take a look at the wettest weather. let's take a look at san jose, it has received quite a bit of rainfall for 12 hours or so. a pocket
the house. but the new unit formed at the sfpd reviewed evidence and were here today. they're searching that house, for any evidence of the 10-year-old boy that disappeared. he this will send those bones for analysis to see if they are human or animal. >> all right, vic, dan noyes will be joining us at 6:00 in this story. >> oakland mayor responded from the first time today about the side show that shut down i 880 in oakland on saturday. drivers blocked off traffic on the northbound lane to spin out for several minutes as you can see. then, they took off before officers could arrive. today, the mayor said side shows have become a rare sight in oakland thanks to efforts. >> that is frustrating so we'll see if it's a long term trend. since i've been mayor. they've come down. significantly. >> chp asked other drivers who turn in video of the license plates so they can track people down. coming up at 6:00 we'll play you the recordings of frustrated drivers stuck in traffic. >> police now have one man in custody less than 24 hours after an 8-year-old girl was shot. >> abc 7 news has more on
've had 9895 miles on my one pass account for years. they earthed with united, now, united says miles expire in 18 months is this legal? >> yes. it is. they're allowed to change rules almost at will. department of transportation gives them that right as lng as there is small print and no doubt, they've added it in the contract there. 48 months is generally what you have to keep it alive. so... if you go in and just give away, let's say you're going to lose them, if you give away a thousand miles, then you get another 18 months or if taking a flight, just have to do something once every 18 months for almost all after the k.s for what they did. >> greg m asked this one. my wife and i preapprove forward a home loan but when it came time, we were denied. what is the point of the preapproval? >> what is the point of asking the bank for a loan these days? i'm not positive. you may have been prequalified. this is when you say how much money could i get? they say this is how much i make, they believe you. and tell you how much you can get a loan for. preapproved they say how much money you ca
the search. police officers stormed roof tops and we'ved through yards using k 9 units. >> the deputy able to chase him at this point. lost track, then, we're able to find his clothe autos officials say it's very dangerous and familiar with oakland. they're considering the possibility he may have had help after he ran. his uniform found not far from the hospital, suggesting he had clothes on the ready. >> this could have been prearranged or someone he knows in the neighborhoods. >> the sheriff's department released several mug hots today. he has a lengthy criminal record, which includes kidnapping. >> anyone that escapes from our custody no, matter what charges are, i consider that dangerous. abc 7 news learned he never made it to the hospital and made his escape from the loading dock. an investigation will check to see if locks were placed on him correctly.hqd >> nick, thank you. >> today faa announced it's reviewing the entire boeing fleet after a series of problem autos yes. you can see it's touching down at san jose international airport this, is the leading airline in japan this, is
-packard driving the index down. cisco sold it's home router unit to belkin international. the deal expected to close in march and will give about 30% of the u.s. market for home and small business networking. in san francisco, i'm emily chang, back to you vrx a great weekend. >> it's gorgeous skies out there right now. we saw a lot of sun. >> it's been a mainly sunny day. there is a threat of isolated showers. before the afternoon is hover, a live view from our east bay hills camera looking at western sky which is mainly sunny. and that is illustrate fwhid look showing almost no precipitation anywhere. a couple spots of moisture here and there. there is a line of moisture off shore, off the north bay coastline. you can see this line sweeping towards the line. there may abe shower or two. but we are dry right now. ridings on the mild side. temperatures in 60s now. low to mid-60s for the most part. these are the forecast features, there is a chance of isolated showers in the north bay. turning cooler tomorrow. this dry pattern began to begin. now, a cold overnight that will be cooler into the
stations we have k 9 units. some who travel on amtrak told us they7!x think the level of security is enough. >> i hope we don't come to that. i can't see train trains being the source of security problems. >> now, tsa teams aren't just used to patrol transportation sites like this one, they have been and will be used in high profile events. many of them here in the bay area, we'll have more for you on that tonight at 6:00. >> the same date president has taken action to address guns and violence, a community leader in san jose is urging the stourns to do the same. abc 7 news is live with the latest. david? >> city council often gets ideas from the public. but today, something unusual this, is to control assault wop yonz here in the city. this man wrote this proposal. he's a 77-year-old resident attorney. he wants the city to make any resident who owns an assault weapon to register it with the police department and pass a background check. it goes beyond that. >> the idea behind this ordinance is to give continuing control by requiring these weapons to be destroy bid the police department, an
. >> california already has 40% of all plug ins registered in the united states. yet more than 30,000 green stickers are left. in sablgt, abc 7 news. >> it's not only cost but also when you consider how long you can go ton a charge batteries allow you to go longer distance it's going to be a big deal. >> yes. it's a little tough you can't use it. >> thanks for joining us for abc 7 news at 4:00. >> the abc 7 news exclusive alarm clock app is available for your android phone. the app is still available if you have an iphone. >> abc 7 news at 5:00 begins right now. >> thank you. a city council meeting moved into a park tonight so neighbors can make a decision on whether or not to ban leaf blowers. >> the weather is changing. we have cooler conditions and rain is on the way. i'll show you when, coming up. >> i don't feel like what i did was heroic. >> and young man shows how he jumped to the res kuf a roanoke park family trapped in a burning apartment. >> good evening, people are life because of a brave, quick thinking man. >> that is right. the young here yes saved children and neighbors. >> t
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. several broken bones, lungs, collapsed. the family is trying to get the young man's father into the united states to see him. he is still living in guatemala. an immigration attorney out of l.a. has been hired to try to get him an entree visa. she said her son woke up and the first thing he said was i want to see my father. she also lost her sister in, the passenger seat when morales crashed into the car. morales was in court today, police say on new year's day, he shot at three people ininside of a housing project and minutes later, ran from police when they attempted to stop him. he then crashed into the white car, killing him and a pedestrian, and injuring garcia. morales face twoz counts of murder and three counts of attempted murder among other passengers. district attorney gascone says he will likely spend his life in jail. >> when you look at the outcome in this case, you have two innocent people that are dead. that had nothing to do with anything to do with gangs and a third party very seriously injured, no toller yens for that. at all. >> by the way, more rel rales was on probatio
for the united states. >> should the fiscal cliff be renamed technology cliff? >> and google maps scores another victory. >> good afternoon. well, tens of thousands of new tech companies busy figuring out how to deal with this new fiscal cliff deal. the new tax deal raises taxes on individuals making more than $400,000 a year, married couples making more than $450,000. some could be looking at higher taxes. the bill extends a research and development tax credit. also, renews tax breaks to businesses but is the other part of the fiscal cliff that could hit companies hard, if they do take affect in march. by spending $538 billion a year on 140,000 contractors the u.s. government is the largest single purchaser in the world. and spending would likely be felt by everyone of these. but would technology projects throughout the government, technology could be hit hardest by these cuts. put another way, it's a technology cliff. >> 2013 budget group is buying the hourly car rental company for $491 million. avis's ceo said he'd been somewhat dismissive of car sharing he says avis is looking to grab younge
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